First of May (1958 film)

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First of May
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Directed by Luis Saslavsky
Written by
Produced by Sacha Gordine
Cinematography Marcel Grignon
Edited by Gabriel Rongier
Music by Michel Emer
  • Gemma Cinematografica
  • Prosagor
Distributed byLux Compagnie Cinématographique de France
Release date
25 March 1958
Running time
85 minutes
  • France
  • Italy
Language French

First of May (French: Premier mai) is a 1958 French-Italian comedy film directed by Luis Saslavsky and starring Yves Montand, Yves Noël and Nicole Berger. [1]



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